Endpoints

Learn how to manage endpoints.

1 - What is an endpoint?

Your traffic includes 7 different vulnerability endpoints.

DataDome covers all those vulnerability endpoints to apply the right algorithms and detect specific bots.

We currently propose the following 7 endpoint types:

Name

Description

Examples

Web

Website accessed by a browser, either desktop or mobile.

domain.com/

API-app-mobile

API used by a native mobile/tablet application on Android, iOS or Windows Mobile.

api.domain.com/ios
domain.com/api/android

Api-app-mobile-login

API used by a native mobile/tablet application on Android, iOS or Windows Mobile, for the management of authentication processes.

api.domain.com/login/ios
domain.com/api/login/android

RSS

RSS/Atom feeds fetched by a desktop application or an online aggregator.

domain.com/feed.json
domain.com/rss.xml

Login

Login, account creation or forgot password forms.

domain.com/login
domain.com/signup
domain.com/forget

Submit

Web form that can be used for comments, contacts, reports, etc.

domain.com/contact
domain.com/report
domain.com/comments

API

Machine to machine API, either used by an authenticated partner, or is publicly available.

api.domain.com
domain.com/restapi/

By default, one endpoint is pre-set in your account: “Web (default)”.

📘

The endpoint “Web (default)” cannot be reordered or deleted.

The endpoint rules follow the top-down execution method.

Admin view

Editor view

Protection status legend

2 - How to manage endpoints?

Go to Management > Endpoints

A list of endpoints connected to your account is displayed.

As an admin user, you can:
1 - Activate/disable the protection of an endpoint
2 - Activate/disable the detection on an endpoint

For the remaining actions listed below, please contact support:

  • Add
  • Edit
  • Reorder

Roles & actions

Role

Add

Edit

Reorder

Activate/deactivate protection

Activate/deactivate detection

Admin

YES

YES

Editor

Viewer

3 - How to analyze traffic?

The percentage of traffic is indicated for each endpoint. It includes normal users & bots and is calculated for the last 20 minutes.

You can analyze the endpoint’s traffic by clicking on Actions > View Traffic Details to display the following information:

  • An overview of the last 24 hours with the number of requests, URLs and IPs, the top 2 IP owners, and the top 3 UA.
  • The last 100 requests.

You can also analyze through the "Explore" view (Read more about the Explore view.